Interview with Nora Sausmikat and Inga Gebauer. Creating sustainability between Brussels and Beijing: The EU-China NGO Twinning Program (2015)

An interview with Nora Sausmikat and Inga Gebauer on the EU-China NGO Twinning Program was published in the Yearbook for Management in Nonprofit Organizations. The Yearbook is focussing on contemporary and future issues in the field of management in the nonprofit sector. The contributions contained in the Yearbook are complemented by current news regarding practical work. Furthermore, thematically relevant publications are discussed in the Yearbook’s review section. The China program of Stiftung Asienhaus was given the opportunity to report extensively on the successes and challenges of its EU-China NGO-Twinning Program for the first time.

The interview was conducted in German and can be downloaded here.

In: Jahrbuch für Management in Nonprofit-Organisationen 2015. Nonprofit Management Yearbook 2015, Prof. Dr. Gesa Birnkraut, Prof. Dr. Bettina Hohn, Dr. Rainer Lisowski, Prof. Dr. Rolf Wortmann (eds.), pp. 117-129

ISBN: 978-3-643-13208-6

Full Twinning Report 2015: Twinning: partnerships between European and Chinese NGOs –Social and Environmental Justice – Climate Change & Low Carbon Development

twinning_projekt__2015This full report on the third round of NGO exchange „Twinning: partnerships between European and Chinese NGOs –Social and Environmental Justice – Climate Change & Low Carbon Development” displays the results, synergies, and lessons learned of the third round of EU-China NGO Twinning as well as the sustained cooperations and projects of the last two year’s participants. It presents the backgrounds and future perspectives of Sino-European civil society exchange and cooperation, as well as the on-site experiences of the Chinese and European NGO staff working on the above mentioned topics. You can download the report here

2014 Twinning Full Report: Investment Monitoring – Sustainable Farming – Waste Management – Emission Trading – Social Innovation”

This full report on the second round of NGO exchange “Twinning: partnerships between Chinese and European NGOs – Investment Monitoring – Sustainable Farming – Waste Management – Emission Trading – Social Innovation” displays the results, synergies, and lessons learned of the second round of EU-China NGO Twinning. It presents the backgrounds and future perspectives of Sino-European civil society exchange and cooperation, and presents the on-site experiences of the Chinese and European NGO staff working on the above mentioned topics.

Policy Briefing No. 1: Pollution victims in China: Strategies to mitigate chemical pollution and protect human health

In China one source of harm to human health and the environment is the continuous visible and invisible pollution by heavy metals, persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and other chemicals that results from weak laws, lax enforcement, and the strong voice of the chemical industry. An additional harm is the social marginalization of pollution victims.

Both ENDS Foundation: Twinning Policy Briefing on investment policy of Chinese banks

CHINESE BANKS CONTROLLING POLITICS WITH MONEY: This paper is a result of the cooperation between the two NGOs BothEnds (NL) und Green Watershed (CN). Both participated in the EU-China NGO Twinning Program. In the first place, the publication describes the work of both NGOs as to monitoring the Green Credit Policy Guideline of the People’s Republic of China, which came into force in 2008.

The Twinning Policy Briefing on investment policy of Chinese banks; Amsterdam (2014) Both ENDS Foundation, Pieter Jansen, 13pp. can be downloaded here.

2013 Twinning Full Report: Green Financing – Rights to Clean Water – Human Rights – Urban Youth Culture – Social Inclusion”

The documentation on the first round of EU-China NGO Exchange  “Twinning: Partnerships between Chinese and European NGOs: Green Financing – Rights to Clean Water – Human Rights – Urban Youth Culture – Social Inclusion” displays the results, synergies, and lessons learned, as well as the backgrounds and future perspectives of Sino-European NGO exchange and cooperation, and presents the on-site experiences of the Chinese and European NGO staff working on the above mentioned topics.